Colonial legacies within science are difficult to untangle, but the work is crucial.
The relationship between people and their planet just isn't that simple.
We've only studied the effects of climate change for around one percent of all mammals.
We should work out the consequences of filling the sky with sulfur before doing so, researchers urge.
A team of scientists helped eradicate the island of the animals in 2008 and the isle has slowly rebounded.
The data would benefit from being more inclusive.
Anglers and boaters may be fueling the spread of invasive spiny water flea from the Great Lakes—but they can help...
Wildlife corridors aren’t a new idea, but taking human resistance into account makes them much more effective.
A photographer-and-ecologist team are on a mission to document the mightiest members of forests.
This shift in daily temperatures can influence how plants and animals cope with climate change.
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